“Rarely have I come across as talented and noteworthy a person as Rachel DeShon… Her talent, coupled with her desire to learn, and her stick-to-itiveness are all unusual assets. Above all this, I found Rachel to be a delight to work with.” – Marvin Hamlisch

“The Soprano Rachel DeShon is described as ‘Seattle’s Littlest Diva’ and her singing voice is undeniably fantastic.” – Examiner.com, Seattle Fine Arts Examiner – Steve Clare

“Captivating” – Seattle Magazine – Michelle LaFrance

“A local standout (with global appeal and star power) is Rachel DeShon… delivers both light and comedy and a powerful operatic aria with show-stopping appeal.” – Seattle’s 24×7 – Larry Sivitz

“Seattle’s own opera singer Rachel DeShon shocked with a powerful voice that, coming from a pint-sized body, seemed humanly impossible.” – Seattle Weekly – John Longenbaugh

“Spectacular” – San Francisco Examiner – Cindy Warner

“Seattle opera singer, Rachel DeShon, moved us with her lovely, powerful and expressive voice, singing throughout the show and adding a creative classical dimension to the action. Her emtotional redition of “Chi bel sogno di Doretta” (Doretta’s Dream Song) from Puccini’s La Rondine near the end of the show moved me to tears.” – SGN A&E Writer – E. Joyce Glasgow

“I was absolutely blown away by Rachel DeShon’s operatic arias.” – Queen Anne View – Grace Betz

“Seattle native Rachel DeShon as a saucy soubrette whose soprano stylings evoke the best of Julie Andrews, particularly in a highly comic rendition of “The Lonely Goatherd” from The Sound of Music.” – Theater Mania – Robert Sokol

“Seattle-based opera singer Rachel DeShon… performed an aria – [from] Puccini’s “La Rondine” – each note impeccable clean, clear, and high.” – Seattle Post-Intelliger – Stacey Levine

“Classical vocalist Rachel DeShon, bedecked in feathers, flaunted her lyric soprano chops in an exquisite rendition of Puccini’s popular aria from La Rondine (The Swallow), “Ch’il bel sogno di Doretta”.” – San Francisco Sentinel – Seán Martinfield

“Rachel DeShon, the golden-voiced coloratura soprano-bird-in-the-gilded-cage, soars” – San Francisco Bay Times – Mike Ward

“I saw your performance [of] Ave Maria moved me to tears. I was overwhelmed by the beauty of the song and your powerful rendition. As you closed the song I saw an expression on your face where you were experiencing some powerful emotion. So strong that emotion was, I thought you would not be able to finish the song. You did finish the song and your performance was one of the greatest moments in show business I’ve ever seen. Bravo!” – Performer – Mark Stevens